english primary teacher

Book recommended: “Taught by Finland”

http://taughtbyfinland.com/  A coleague has recently recommended this book “Taught by Finland – Finnish Education Lessons from an American Teacher”. It is written by an American teacher living in Finland, and he offers some simple strategies for joyful classrooms, and the joy is one of the main aims of this author. I just have started to… Sigue leyendo Book recommended: “Taught by Finland”

english primary teacher

New course: Exploring content and language integrated learning (CLIL) 

On 17th october starts a new Clil course by the British Council.  You can find all the info in the link below. https://teachingenglish.english.britishcouncil.org/student/MyCourse.aspx?id=a64580f6-2248-4f1b-914a-81ef8c89afef&categoryid=3d0615f0-d460-4a70-8284-d33b131d8a11&programid=aa38bd2b-4c74-49be-b815-4a634c781c96&returnUrl=Student/Catalogue/CatalogueCategory.aspx?id=3d0615f0-d460-4a70-8284-d33b131d8a11

english primary teacher

Daily routines in the English class

Here you have a prezi presentation explaining the different daily routines that this teacher follows in her english class. It’s amazing to see the good pronunciation of the children and the fluency they have, they have a lot of practice and protagonism in the classroom. Congratulations to the teacher!!   http://prezi.com/wsphc5yb88a6/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share    

english primary teacher

​Five essential tips for teaching very young children English

(By Sheona Gilmour) ‘You can introduce language into the child’s world using toys, dolls, cars, etc.’   Are you daunted by the prospect of teaching English to very young children? Sheona Gilmour, lead educator on our new online course for teachers and parents, offers a few tips. Teaching English to very young children can be… Sigue leyendo ​Five essential tips for teaching very young children English